Model management assessment of building waste material on impact cost during construction stage (case study in Makassar city)

J Thoengsal, R U Latief, S Hamzah, I R Rahim
2020 IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environment  
The progress of multi-story building construction in Indonesia especially in developing regions such as Makassar City during the last ten years has experienced significant development. Where the proportion of overcast contributions due to the emergence of remaining material during building construction ranges (3-13.5)% which of course directly impacts the overall construction costs. The purpose of this study is to identify the remaining management factors of construction materials that are
more » ... rials that are ideal for implementation by construction operators, conduct control assessments on the relationship of the effect of the application and potential management of the remaining construction materials to the impact of construction cost performance. The method used in this study was carried out by determining the population and sample number of building construction projects currently underway and a survey of the number of contractor representatives in Indonesia then collecting primary data in the form of distributing questionnaires to construction organizers, especially to experienced contractors, then subsequently. The expected results of this study are to obtain a management model concept for the remaining cost of building construction materials in the ideal construction stage that can be applied by the construction operators in this case to the implementing parties/contractors.
doi:10.1088/1755-1315/419/1/012148 fatcat:n7ovmt2nffeivna26qlr7tvg7e